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26th National Space Symposium Promises to Be Best

26th National Space Symposium Promises to Be Best There is already a buzz in the air about the 26th National Space Symposium. Scheduled for April 12-15 at The Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, Colo., the 2010 event may just be the biggest and best ever held.

The Exhibit Center – always a mind-boggling array of the latest space technology – is sold out and a number of key sponsorships have been snapped up. Plus, companies and individuals are already planning who will attend, what business they’ll conduct, and how they will maximize this opportunity to hear from and network with the space community’s most influential leaders.

The list of top-level speakers and panelists, even at this early date, is impressive:

Edward C. Aldridge, Jr., under secretary of the Air Force/secretary of the Air Force, 1981-1988
William F. Ballhaus, Jr., Ph.D., Space Foundation vice chairman and former president and chief executive officer of The Aerospace Corporation
Gen. Bruce Carlson, USAF, (Retired), director, National Reconnaissance Office
Ariane Cornell, executive director of the Space Generation Advisory Council
Martin C. Faga, assistant secretary of the Air Force for Space, 1989-1993
Keith Hall, assistant to the secretary of the Air Force (Intelligence and Space Technology), 1997-2001
Jeffrey K. Harris, assistant secretary of the Air Force for Space, 1994-1996
Gen. C. Robert Kehler, USAF, commander, U.S. Space Command
Donald M. Kerr, assistant to the secretary of the Air Force (Intelligence Space Technology) 2005-2007
Scott Large, assistant to the secretary of the Air Force (Intelligence and Space Technology) 2007-2009
Hans Mark, Ph.D., under secretary of the Air Force/secretary of the Air Force, 1977-1979
Gen. Thomas Moorman, USAF (Retired), chairman, Space Foundation Board of Directors, and former commander, Air Force Space Command
Peter B. Teets, under secretary of the Air Force, 2001-2005

As the list grows, new speakers will be added to the 26th National Space Symposium website (see speakers at http://www.nationalspacesymposium.org/speakers). For full Symposium details, click here.

 

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